(Completely unrelated to fitness in any way)
For my LotR friends out there (or those who appreciate a person dedicated to their interest) this man turned his living room into a hobbit hole using balloons. Impressive (and hypnotic) to watch.
Were these low calorie? Not a chance (though, I did use low sugar alternatives everywhere possible.) Were they worth it? Every goddamn bite.
1/2 C Bisquick Heart Smart
1/3 C coarse ground oat flour
3 Tbsp fat-free sugar-free vanilla pudding mix
2 tsp granulated Splenda
1 tsp baking powder
dash of salt
1/2 C light soy milk*
2 Tbsp liquid egg whites
1 tsp olive oil
1/2 tsp butter extract
This was seriously heaven in my mouth. If I wasn’t already married, I’d propose to me for this. And in a strange turn of events, this is the first waffle recipe I’ve ever done that didn’t stick to the waffle maker. It’s like the angels have smiled down upon me.
The above recipe made about 4 waffles. I didn’t share. Assuming you become smitten with these waffles like I did, here is the (slightly horrifying) nutrition content for the entire batch:
I nommed these babies up with some maple syrup, strawberries, blueberries and Cool Whip. A-freaking-mazing.
*Notes: do not use regular cows milk for this recipe. Due to the addition of the pudding mix, regular cows milk will allow it to set and become too thick. Soy milk will not set the pudding.
Picture is not mine.
All of a sudden, your morning run doesn’t seem like such a chore, does it? ;) Challenge what the wold considers an athlete. New rules, no boundaries!